[css-counter-styles] can 'fallback' and 'speak-as' descriptors be 'decimal' or 'none'?

http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css-counter-styles/#counter-style-fallback says:
  # Value:      <counter-style-name>

http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css-counter-styles/#counter-style-speak-as says:
  # Value:      auto | numeric | alphabetic | bullet | <counter-style-name>

both link to
which says:
  # The <counter-style-name> must be be a valid identifier and must
  # not be decimal or none, or else the rule is invalid.

It seems like it's probably unintentional to disallow 'decimal' and
'none' from the values of 'fallback' and 'speak-as' -- especially
decimal, anyway.  If that was the intent (and I'm going to assume it
was for purposes of reviewing the patches to implement this in
Gecko, which matches what the patches currently do), I think it
would help to separate the definition of <counter-style-name> from
the definition of the @counter-style rule, and then have the prose
forbidding 'decimal' and 'none' specifically in the section on the
@counter-style rule and not as part of the definition of


𝄞   L. David Baron                         http://dbaron.org/   𝄂
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